Technip Energies has been awarded a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract by VF Carbon Capture A/S for a CO2 capture plant to be connected...
FMC Technologies and Technip came together in January 2017 to form TechnipFMC, a company dedicated to improving the performance of the world’s energy industry. A global leader in oil and gas projects, technologies, systems, and services, TechnipFMC is divided into three business segments: subsea, onshore/ offshore, and surface. The company employs more than 40,000 people across 48 countries.
TechnipFMC Umbilicals manufactures state-of-the-art subsea umbilical systems which provide the critical link between remote subsea wells and fixed or floating production systems. The company’s headquarters in Newcastle, UK is home to the world’s largest steel tube umbilical assembly plant. Stainless Steel World spoke to Dr. Xiaoxue An, Principal Engineer and Lead of Materials and Corrosion, R&D about her role in this demanding niche sector.
Technip has recently been awarded an engineering and project management services contract by Shell Australia. This contract will provide multi-disciplinary engineering and design services in support of the Prelude FLNG project, and will allow the smooth delivery of brownfield engineering scope as the project moves into operations.
Technip’s latest newbuild, the diving support vessel (DSV) Deep Explorer, was officially named in Norway. The traditional naming ceremony was held at VARD’s Langsten shipyard.
Technip has recently been awarded an EPCI contract for the subsea development of the Dvalin (previously named Zidane) field by DEA Norge AS.